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Pure Copper and Stainless Steel Thali
Pure Copper and Stainless Steel Thali
Pure Copper and Stainless Steel Thali
Pure Copper and Stainless Steel Thali
Pure Copper and Stainless Steel Thali

Pure Copper and Stainless Steel Thali

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  • Made from pure, unadulterated copper and stainless steel.
  • Hand-crafted by skilled Indian artisans.
  • Suitable for serving a proper Indian meal, rice, etc.
  • Easy to clean and maintain
Note - The actual product does not carry any sticker or logo. It is just a watermark showed in picture.

In Indian culture, a plate used for serving food is referred to as a thali. Our pure copper and stainless steel thali is perfect for adding into your vintage dinnerware collection. It can be a great accessory to serve food on special occasions or when you have special guests coming over. Apart from that, there is one more meaning to the word thali as well. When a variety of dishes is served together on a platter, it is also known as a thali and is very popular in several parts of the country.

  • Diameter : 27.5 cm
  • Weight : 695 gm
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Taking care of your copperware is much easier than you may have imagined. With copperware, a little care goes a long way. Here is how you can do it.
  • All our copperware is made from pure copper and thus is meant to tarnish within a day or two after the usage. It is completely normal and has nothing to do with the quality of the product.
  • It is crucial to clean the product regularly in order to maintain its shine.
  • You can use an industrial product such as Pitambari used specifically for cleaning copper utensils. If you live in India you can easily get it and if you don't you can use any of the below-mentioned recipes.
  • A mixture of table salt and fresh lemon juice (you can also use white vinegar instead of lemon). Rub this mixture onto the surface until clean. Wash with plain water and wipe off the excess water immediately with a cotton cloth.
  • You can also use tamarind paste instead. Soak up some tamarind in warm water. Once it is soft, use the pulp to rub the surface of your copperware. Wash with water and wipe off the excess water with a cotton cloth.
  • Always wipe off the excess water with a cotton cloth after rinsing your copperware. If you fail to do so water marks will form on the utensil which is hard to get rid of later.
  • Try not to rub your copperware with an abrasive scrubber as it may leave behind scratches. Always use a cotton cloth to rub the surface of your copperware.
Follow the steps as mentioned above to maintain the shine of your copperware and keep them new forever.

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